Fourier Series and Integral Transforms
By: Allan Pinkus and Samy Zafrany
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This is the Hebrew version of a textbook for an upper division undergraduate and introductory graduate level course intended for a basic understanding of Fourier series, Fourier transforms, and Laplace transforms.
This book was later translated into English and has been published by Cambridge University Press. Click here for information on the English translation.
Fourier series (and power series) are important examples of useful series of functions. Applications of Fourier series may be found in many diverse theoretical and applied areas. The same holds for integral transforms. The Fourier and Laplace transforms are the best known of these transforms and are prototypes of the general integral transforms.
This book was originally prepared, in Hebrew, for the course "Fourier Series and Integral Transformations" given by the Department of Mathematics at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel. This course is intended for students of the Department of Electrical Engineering, but also includes students of the Physics and Computer Science Departments. It is a one semester course (14 weeks), given during the third semester of studies, with two hours of lectures and a one hour problem session each week.
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The book is available from the Michlol bookstore at the Technion.
|Introduction||Intro, Table of contents|
|Chapter 0||Notation and Terminology|
|Chapter 1||Background and Inner Product Spaces|
|Chapter 2||Fourier Series|
|Chapter 3||The Fourier Transform|
|Chapter 4||The Laplace Transform|
|EXAMS||Given in the Course|